Cisco Routers :: RV082 - Route Specific Ip Address To Specific WAN Port
Oct 25, 2011
I use a router RV082 with load balancing. My problem is when I try to access a specific site, I get the error message that my IP address changes and I can not use 2 ip address. I want to specify an ip range to always use the same WAN port.
Is it possible to enable an absolute value rate limit using QOS on a HP ProCurve 5406 switch for a particular IP range on a specific port? Is there a way to configure our HP 5406 with an absolute rate limit on "WAN" port for that server's IP range? I would like to limit it to only being capable of sending 1Mbps worth of traffic over the head end at once.Everything in the documentation points towards priority queues, which as far as I can tell, isn't really what I want.Baring accomplishing this goal using rate limiting is there a better way to prevent our services from accidentally saturating this connection?i thimkong about somthing like that:
class ipv4 rate-limit-port-A1 match ip 10.136.0.0/16 any exit policy qos port-a1-ratelimit class servers-to-be-slowed action rate-limit kbps 1000 exit interface A1 service-policy port-a1-ratelimit inI'm not sure about this.
I would like to allow PING on RV042 from WAN side only from specific IP address, but when I set the rule, RV042 does not respond on WAN side, because Block WAN Request is Enabled.BUT! When I disable "Block WAN Requests", now any IP can ping my router from WAN side. Although I set access rule to Deny Ping from WAN side to anyone, it still responds.
I want to know if is possible to publish a port of an internal server to be accesible from internet but only from a specific IP.I know that in Setup menu exists Forwarding but it allows to publish ports to all internet no matter the source IP.
I have RV042 router which is connected to the internet by both the wan ports and I want to use it as a load balancer so that both of my internet connections can be utilized evenly. But now I have an issue in this scenario as my remote application gets logout whenever the communicating IP address changes. Is there any way out so that I can specify the wan port used for a particular public IP address/domain name?
Each of the 2 WAN ports on my RV042G has its own dedicated public IP address. I would like to set up the router so that all incoming traffic on WAN1 is always routed to a specific server (=LAN IP), and vice versa, that particular server's outgoing. Internet traffic is always sent through WAN1.
It has to be controlled by IP address as the system in question is not directly connected to the router, there is a switch in between.
Need assistance understanding how in ASDM/Configuration/Site-to-Site VPN/Connection Profiles/ "Any Entry" I can specify that I only want to offer an IKE Proposal of pre-share-aes-256-sha?
The IKE Proposal field has a number of possible options including: pre-share-aes-256-md5, pre-share-3des-md5, pre-share-aes-256-sha, pre-share-aes-192-sha, pre-share-3des-md5, pre-share-aes-sha and pre-share-3des-sha.
I am able to pick a specific IPSec Proposal w/o issue but when I attempt to do the same for the IKE Proposal, and click OK the choice does not "stick" but rather returns to the entire list as defined above.
In case customers buy IP transit(there is a BGP session between ISP and customer), they often ask for default route and for example prefixes from local internet-exchanges. What is the advantage to have default route + certain smaller(for example /17, /18 and /24) prefixes?
My setup has two firewalls to the internet, one is for all internal users who want to access the internet and the other is an ASA5510 acting as VPN terminaton to remote workers accessing using Anyconnect.Each of the firewalls has a public interface on the same network (ex. 22.214.171.124/26).We have a server with a public interface, and all traffic (internal and external) has to access via the public ip (again in the same network as above) and there are different profiles and access levels on that server depending if you are accessing from an internal IP or a public IP.Well, when users are connected thrugh the VPN, although they have an internal IP address, as they are accessing the server on the public IP, the ASA sends the packets through its external interface (direct connected route) instead of sending it to the default internal gateway that is a "trusted" entry point on the server.Any way to force the ASA to send that traffic to the internal default gateway instead of sending it to the external (direct connected) interface?
PS: I have no access to the server (appliance under warranty) so I can't make any changes to it...
My setup has two firewalls to the internet, one is for all internal users who want to access the internet and the other is an ASA5510 acting as VPN terminaton to remote workers accessing using Anyconnect.
Each of the firewalls has a public interface on the same network (ex. 126.96.36.199/26).
We have a server with a public interface, and all traffic (internal and external) has to access via the public ip (again in the same network as above) and there are different profiles and access levels on that server depending if you are accessing from an internal IP or a public IP.
Well, when users are connected thrugh the VPN, although they have an internal IP address, as they are accessing the server on the public IP, the ASA sends the packets through its external interface (direct connected route) instead of sending it to the default internal gateway that is a "trusted" entry point on the server.
Any way to force the ASA to send that traffic to the internal default gateway instead of sending it to the external (direct connected) interface?
I have no access to the server (appliance under warranty) so I can't make any changes to it...
is it possible to shutdown a specific port on my 3750x and monitor this port at the same time .for example , im dealing with a mac authenticated network using port security , i want to shut down all the ports that are not used at the moment , however , if some one gets connected to the one of the shutdown ports i want to know the mac address of the user or atleast to know that i have someone who is just plugged in to the one of the shutdowned ports .
On my cisco IOS 12.4 router,Can i make it so only lets say mac address 11:22:33:44:55:66 able to use ip address 10.10.10.2?I want this so that only this IP can configure servers, and so if the computer using it is turned off, any other device cannot use the IP address.
I'm trying to get started on setting up my first Transparent ASA.I understand an ASA in Transparent Mode can now have an ip address with Bridge Groups or some such mechanism. I'm looking for examples of how to set that up and other information below. Is the ip address associated with the device or is it interface specific? Will I be able to SSH with that ip address setup? Can I use ASDM if the Transparent ASA has an ip address? This 5512X has an IPS. Any one who has setup an IPS on this platform knows it has some very particular requirments in order to communicate with the outside world. I need examples of how to do that with a Transparent ASA.How is NAT setup differently (if at all) on a Transparent ASA?Are ACLs done any differently?
I have a WAG160Nv2 and I want to block specific external ip addresses from trying to get at our server that uses the WAG160Nv2 as an internet gateway. It's not immediately obvious if this can be done from looking through the config pages.
Currently using WCCP with squid for content filtering. One of our sites we connect to needs to see the connection coming from our public IP address, not the proxy server IP. I've created a acl in squid for direct lookup, but the website gets angry with the X-Forwarder-Header squid attaches to each packet. Is there a way in a cisco ASA 5505 to bypass wccp for a specific public ip address or url?
I am thinking about purchesing this router. But I need know if this router has DHCP reservation function. If router can assign to specific MACs their own IP adress. I had WRT160N for a week, but my ISP change technology. WRT160N had this function, but I am reading here, that WAG160N not.
When PC was first attached to network, it could not ping gateway(switch). Turns out it was broadcasting for the gateway's MAC address, but never got a response. Tonnes of testing later, if I just change one number on the MAC address of the adapter, it receives a reply from the switch and can ping the gateway.
Why doesn't the native MAC address work?
Update: Just the vendor portion is the determining factor. As long as it starts with 2C-59-E5, it will not work. 2C-58-E5 will.
Update 2: Pinging anything in the same subnet works, just pinging the gateway interface of the switch doesn't happen. Tried on multiple drops, and there are other devices on those drops.
just getting started with ASA's. I've got my 5505 almost 100% configured but my port 25 forward to my Exchange server. Currently I've got an access list forwarding all traffic that hits the outside interface on port 25 to my Exchange server (access-list outside-in extended permit tcp any object mail-port-25 eq smtp). What I'd like to do now is say that only port 25 traffic from specific IP subnets gets forwarded. I thought I read that there's a couple of way to do this (from the inside interface, from the outside interface).
Also, what happens to port 25 hits that don't fall within the range I specify? Do they get a disconnect reply or do they just get ignored (no reply whatsoever)?
Edit: ...just to clarify, the allowed IP's I will be entering are the WAN IP's of my AS/AV service.